Moon Over Pigeon Point Lighthouse Credit & Copyright: Tyler Westcott Explanation: This spectacular sky is mostly human-made. Once a year, the Light Station at Pigeon Point near San Francisco, California, USA is lit as it was over 100 years ago. During this time, light generated by five kerosene lamps pours through 24 rotating Fresnel lenses, warning approaching ships to stay away.
I love Boston and don't get there quite as often as I used to...sadly. But when I do, I love to spend time off of the beaten path: next time you are there, check out Bay Village, the Rose Garden in the Fens, Beacon Hill & the Harbor Islands. Don't get stuck in the Bull & Finch Pub all day (TV's Cheer's) or else you will be missing out!